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Originally Posted by Crazy9000;13583882 
If the U9BL is plate mounted, which I'd imagine it is, you'd have to de-solder the switches to replace them.

Plate or not being backlit soldering is needed.

http://geekhack.org/showthread.php?17357-U9BL-Beige-edition-(clear-switches-brown-springs)&highlight=beige
post #22 of 23
I was just pointing it out, since a lot of people aren't willing to do that. Worth the time to do to the get the exact keyboard you want, if you know the switch combo you like.
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I don't own a soldering iron, I've never used one either, and I'm not about to mess with the innards of a $100+ keyboard tongue.gif at any rate I sold my U9BL and got a Das Silent, and I'm very happy now smile.gif
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